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Tea Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Tea Table Tal*. All maxims sootu to bo old. It may bo ft oonfosslon of Iguornnoo, but I do not know nny Unit nro of Into dftto, Ono-vory old ono lu roforonoo to dross Is that " tho best 1b tho ohoaposl," I « # *< Almost ovory ono now-a-days always numbors among tbo possessions lu hor wardrobe, ft black droafl j nod ovory young lady should always possess ft white ono whioli Is always Xrosh aftor being wnsliod. Good tnsto and some duliifcy etceteras will suggest a numbar of' olmngos and combinations, with only thoso two drosses. And If to tliora ann bo nddod ft cotiplo of othors sny, a dark brown and modlum slnido of soma other aolour, ono may ftppanr In qulto ft numbor of dllforont ohanges, * * « A TAiLOit-MAnit navy blue sorgo, with jnakot bodice ftnd wftlstooftt, is tho bost possible dross thftt any lndy onn hnvo for walking during a great part of tho year, It mny bo vnrlod with a oouplo of different whlstooats. This Is ft grant fashion with the Prlnooss of Walos and hor...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Clara Orosblo, the little girl who was lost In the Bush, 1b attraoting many to the Waxworks in bourko Street.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bric-a-Brac. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Bl<iG • ... •11.' I, I Uy M'KJiauTio, BoMi!) thno ago Mr. Nimttio, M.L.A., askod tho sombly to vote a sum of £1000 "for tho purpose of subsidising tho publloatlon of oortaln works off tho Into Mr. Maroits Olarko," I havo hoard nothing of tho mattor slnoo, Perhaps somo of tho country mombors havo spout tlio lutorvonlng tlmo In making luqulrlos as to who Mr, Marcus Olarko was I Tirri) aoolosb proposal, howovor, that has buon mado In tho Assembly for many a day was that of Mr. Gtavau Duffy to tho oil'oot that tho Victorian Govornmont should lit out a voyago of dlsaovor-y to tho South Polo, Your Irishman Is a giant at suggostlons. It la to bo hoped that this ono will bo oarrlod out j If so, I would hint that a fow (lrobrands of tho Assembly should bo takon with tho expedition to keep things warm on tho way down, Moss fa, Glaunson and Bout should bo equal to thawing a passago oloar down to tho Polo thomsolvos« It might nob bo au irrobrlovablo misfortune to tho colony if thoy w...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Table Talk. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

[| Table Tal^. Jpijjfpio to the great pressure of advertisements on our k^iin Table Talk, arrangemonts are being made ftly enlarge tlio Table, by adding a few more bf reading matter to it. ' r . ' * * tell mo that Mr. Justioe Hartley Williams, In England, at the same time ,a^ the Australian ', snw things on their part ho didn't lilce, and ive an added edge to his nation against them in no, oyor the ombroglio with the Englishmen. * # • * but Reeve, the rospooted aotor. writes ah [on the elevation of the stage, in " Modern t," for Novembor, the little magazine edited by [Walters, the Unitarian Minister. mies is sick. Don't badger him this way, let me. Ho is boing made a martyr. I believe that Servico and Beriy are overborne by other of the Govommont, in this affair. Service willy conceal his sympathy with the Secularists ®ir deputation waited on him. « * * jBoucicnult marriage is still kept before the A. Roston paper writes "Now Dion, you know 110° for this style of thing." There is a...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"Faust." [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

"Fi* TtnwiNO over tho loavos of Qootlio, In tt tho bounty of lila Innovation, prooodlitg " iia iv, myraid-raindod vision, froat-wovklike mirror,of fcbo Imagination," Tho aged poet l''! I oondotiso tho drontns of his ll£o«tlmo In tw!| linos," atoopod and pregnant both with regret^ | plratlon I Mo wants to loavo n worthy work ^ | him, and ho imprints and stamps his name I ° on tho agoa, with his Immortal poom 0( "jyj Thoro la aomotlvlng moro human lti It tlmn |n |(..'J " Iliad," Virgil's " ASnold," Dunto's » BlvlnocvJ or Milton's " Parndlso Lost," but It la romarka^yl Mophistopolos booomos tho horo, llko Satan in »J dlao Lost," whoroLuolfor aoouros all tho sympvlrf tho render, amid a cluster of angollo lay flgtitei * # * Thon onauos Clootho'a prologuo In tho thoairo, ,J tho matiagor, tho poot, and tho Morrymnn diw,| aubjoot of a now play, All thoao aro drawn Irca J whllo the manager la pimled to tompor the imjaT oablo lofty idoal of tho poot with tho base Ulcwd low comedian, who only ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Brunette. (A PICTURE.) [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Brune^e. (A Picture.) "When trees in spring Are blossoming, My lady wakes From clreams, whose light Made dark days bright, For their sweot sakes. Yet in her oyos A shadow lies Of bygone mirth 5 And still she seems To walk in droams, And not on earth. Some men may hold That hair of gold Is lovelier Than darker sheen : They have not seen My lady's hair. Hor eyes.are bright, Her bosom white As the sea-foam. On sharp rooks sprayed 5 Her month is made Of honoy comb, And whoso seeks In hor dusk cheeks May see Love's sign A blush that glows Like a rod rose Beneath brown wine. Victor J. Dalit,

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Amateurs. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Amateurs. The Thespian Amateur Dramatic Club porformod on Wednesday, 25th November, in the Hotham Mechanics' Institute, in aid of the funds of the Benevolent Asylum, and produced in a complete manner, Buck stone's petite drama "A Rough Diamond." Oast: Sir William Evergreen, Mr. E. Vin cent; Lord Plato, Mir. Wado O. Rothwell ; Captain Blonhoim, Mr. O. Gross ; cousin Joe, Mr. D, Jones ; Margery (with song, " Cherry Ripe "), Mrs. Marcus Clarke ; Lady Plato, Miss Lucy Hilder. Also, an original morceau, by T. Prosser, entitled " Mistakes." Cast: Barney Riley (a milk man), Mr. O. Jones ; George Millicent, Mr, E. Vincont; Prank Fielding, Mr. Wade C. Rothwell ; Jerry Mullen (a foot man), Mr. T. Prosser ; Sarau Ann, Mrs. Marcus Clarke (whose services in both piecos were given gratuitously); Miss Mor daunt, Miss M. Robb. The Kow Dramatic Club gave a capital entertainment on the evening of Tuesday, the 2-ith instant, in the Kew Recreation Hall. There was a good attendance of

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Thespian Flaneur. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

The Thespian Flaneur. Bii/ly Emmkson n.nd Troupe go to Hobart, and from thonoo to Dunodin, whoro thoy open Boxing Night. Thoy aro duo In Auckland March 1st. The noxt movomont ohallced out la to leave thence from 'Frisco on April 3rd. At tho end of that month thoy open In tho Standard Theatre, San Franolsoo. Emorson's balance shoot shows a net profit, for eight months In Australia, of £4212. Emerson also won £2000 from tho bookmakers, ovor tho races, dnd thus ho has scooped tho pool. I always know that Emorson could malco money. IIo ought to bo a Silver King by this time, or a Gold Bug. Ploaso obsorve that this Is not an offensive term in tho States. It only moans Bootlo, as witness Edgar Poo's poworful tale on the subject. Advice to "William Emerson—rise from the table with your winnings, and don't back any more homos In America. The bookmaker's favorite saying is "Hell come back." Don't lot him, sweet William, I liko you well, I won't play Nap, or Loo, with you, booauso I always wi...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

s.Dougall, fcglLVER-SMITH IMI'OKTUII OX' jmti 6fcffro -1 lions intone#, tC't. £5 to dGlOS NEWEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOOK OF BEST ( QUALITY GOODS ONLY. & OTHER JEWELLERY po-Mounted in Nowosl Stylos 1 byb&st workmen only. ffifl#MJ«LBOUBNE IRDAY, NOV. 28 • TIUVEB O'CLOCK. AL SUBDIVISION. EORCE'S troy Junction I New St. George's Bridge, •st. Tramway Terminus, iliern Junction Ry. Station Ce£2 PER FOOT LAXD IX ST. GEORGE'S-RD. lAXGIXG HANDS DAILY ;iV;UT £20 1'ER EOOT. fjieiwer-at. and Brunsioiclc-st. and Cuba to the Ground, fnt Offices of the Auctioneers : 1E1KAN, COOTE & Co .4pOLLINS-ST, WEST, InUKSWlCK-ST., N. FlTZUOY HP SEASON, 1885-6. CHUCK, pourke-St. East. 89 |||UAL EXHIBIT OF SUMMER MILLINERY, llLmitlon anil Oontlnontal Novoltloa. Cafe, Swanaton-st Dejeuners, Dinners, and Ball IMWjBuppUotl. Elegant Dining-room JSwu$ tor gentlemen. Accommoda »lot Dinners lor 100 persons. 5ff Ladies' Boom. §§ ,'Liuuual Bill of Fake. i i WATSON & Co.. Proprietors H. P. ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balls and Entertainments, [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Balls and Entertainments, Mrs, J, B, Lucias, of 11 Loviiikn," Datajn an evening party on Wednesday evening, to ci the aomlng of ago of lior oldest son Algernnn. * Mrs, Stewart, " Fcrnvllle." West Beach,SU gave a j^arty on Monday ovoning, An C3|)«lil!i of tho evening's onjoymont was n pctfomui children, beautifully drossed, to their parts d* Meeting of the Fairies," Miss Liuirn Star "Queen Silver Wing" (the principal) was #lr recited, Miss Oissle Johnson, ns "Qnecn St loolced oxoeedingly protty, and sang nnd ilcllto recitation very well, Miss Nellie Friar, w J> Amphithrito, and :Miss Emmie Johnson m a4i Tambourine Girl," looked lior part to perfection. Mrs. Oha:rl:e9 Johnson, of "Tho F( Beaoh, St. Kilda. hold one nf her pleasant socbli *ngs on Friday last, , Mr. and Mrs, David Abbott, of Picnic Point, I ■give a large danoo to-night, : Mrs. Ohas. Officer gave a grnnd party at la: dence, Toorak, on Monday evening inst. j -Mrs, O Vial gave n very onjoyable ganlsa pll .her residenoe, ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Before the Curtain. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Befofle the (Juftaiii. Tina Shadows of n CI rent City, will hold the Theatre Iloyai boards till Christmas, unci tho management havo nothing to think about but tho Panto mlmo. FAUS'i', fit tho Opora Houso, rooolvos our customary orltical appreciation In another column, Mr, llignold's Ohrist mas piooo will bo a superbly staged now play, Tina Magistrate lcoops audlonooa on tho roar at tho Bijou, l'ho Ohrlatmna at traction at this houso may bo loolcod for In Tho Mikado or Anson, tho ourront suooossos In Sydney. HauansoN'ti Mlnstrols liavo ilnlshod at St, Goorgo's Hall. Hmorson is proparocl to aomo bnak from tho States again with a regular Havorloy crowd, His clovorly paokod troupe has won univorstil applauso, The Oogills, Walsh, King, Stanley, Plx loy, Holland, Olark, Traoy, all oarry thoir shoavos of goldon opinions. IjUON and Oushman hold on at tho Nuggot for a fow wooks moro. Thoir unicuto show is quito a Patent OfTico of fresh minstrel offoots. Tho two principals aro a oomploto onto...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

PHffiNIX FIRE OFFICE VICTORIAN BRANCH . O MAKKMl^ BUILDING'S, | R, MANJ^ELD^ TAYLOR OF LONDON. ESTABLISH ED 17 82 IFERMOR WI LLS ON S Under Vice-Regal Patronage. Roooinmondod by LADY LOCH. Under Vice-Regal Patronage. Roooinmondod by LADY JERYOIS. ik 380 SWHMHtoil Stroot. THE "STAR" Spring Mattrass, THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MATTRASS IN THE WORLD. INSPECTION IJNV'TED. D. MACKENZIE, 104 BOURKE-ST. W ;miss petherbridge, (From Moubrny, Bownn & Hicks) COSTUMIERE, MILLINER, &o., 102 COLLINS STREET EAST, (next Mrs. Atkinson). Woddlng unci Troitssonux nnil Mourning Ordors Promptly Attondod to. Mrs. A. IRVINE ROBERTSON, ARTIST, Cheltenham House, Toorak-rd,, S. Yarra Hliving tukon tho nbovo Oommodlons "Vilbi Mrs. Bobortson lms hnd in vlow, to glvo n oomfortnblo Homo to Liidlos Visiting Town, with tho nd vnntiigos of pointing, clmiring nnd skotohlng lossons, if required. HOLDSWORTH & SNIALLEY, Surgical and Mechanical Dentists, (At Norrls ifc Oo., obomists,) 70 CHAPEL-ST,, P...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pugilistic Mountains. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Pugilistic Mountains. Macjsdon and tlio Rigln are nt- loggei: |t now. Tlioy have never boon very good find might constantly bo soon loworing at |r from thoir distant positions, and par-, liiow that the Governor lias decided that Incodon is to bo boautifiod with the sun lliis prosonco in tlio summer. Tlio Itighi ifolsly indignant at this, and'the very trees freights shako thoir threatening limbs in indignation at Macodon who, in her over hor rival, leaped for joy, (in the 1 senso), and shouted out, " I've got 'im, Miii," as soon as the news became known, |w you've 'em. You've always got 'em, p|ly great palmontologioal heap of volu Jconsolidatod stalagmite, and. metaphorio ptilied voluanio eruption !" shrieked the , llighi. "Oh! just listen to the .nasty pons and horrid names the Itighi easts whispers Macedon. " I'm sure I'm Jftial to anything stronger than! mountain lft|l to my being a ' bibulous old stagger pjMight' it's a wicked libel, and OC'd make ||ghi suffer for it if I could g...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Notloo to Subscribers. , u nrll tho mibnorlptlon rntoH 'or TAiibW TaTiX itt (, lomiyimrt of VlotorM' tonny of tho ooIoiiIoh l 10«, Oil, " ,, .• 8«. oil, IoiiIok, InolildllKf poatlltfo, ,, .. ,. aifl. Oil. ., .. .. 10H, Oil, 111 IIIII.H 1)0 jmlil 111 lulvmioo, roHtnl orrtom Hhould bo Jto Mil, MAUIIIOW BUOUKKY, 188 BUHHOll lltroot, Mol |ni iioton or stnmiw, Vlotorhm or from imy of tho i noooptoil ns (inyinoiit. ,M To Correspondents. fwl ooiiiinimlontloiia lntomloil for liwortlou in Taiii,w ; bo uddromod to—TiJM MlH'l'Oll, OontrlbutloiiH do t in n rulo bo rotuniwl j but afclll, ovory ronsoimble |t roipoot will bo otirofully iittoud'od to. .1 bo tnkon of nuonymoua oommuulautloiifl, Tho immo 5/ tlio wrltor mint bo glvou, though not noaaiumrUy for. Notice to Advertisers. iinth for Advortlnomouta nro ptiyublo to Mr, Mauriok MBLE TJ[Ll(," 1 Friday, NoviUMBm 87,1885,.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

<5. W. TAYLOR & CO., Auctioneer's, Land, and IS state Agents, OITY ATJOTIOIT ZE^OOZMTS!, 20 COLLINS STREET WEST. Aiiaotficm ®«le» Conducted at th,© stoo»ao> or on the Growart. J. E. EDWARDS, TELEPHONES, ELECTRIC BELLS, M EDIOAL BATTERIES, Colonial Toloplione plioium oroatud ut Bliortoat KunlinnAn JlOtlotl lit bUHltlOHff Itltd Lxonange— privuto uouMoa. 133 LITTLE COLLINS STREET, Nil A11 UUHHUia, HTRMKT. M. BRASCH & ~80" ^ ELIZABETH ST. INSPECT />^yBEST con XOv CHEAPEST ever Imported 'Very Easy Terms. J AS. MARLOW Late of Qoolong, BUOKLEY and NUNN, LEYIATHAN, Merchant Tailor, Habit and Robe Maker, 11 FLINDERS STREET EAST. MEARES & BURNSIDE, Importers ot FRENCH MIEUNERY, Latest Fashions ItvativeA 1y Fsi ry Mai 155 LYGON-ST., CARLTON. Under Distinguished Mrs. T. K. RHODES, STAY MAKER, HO RUSSELL ST. (Next Temperanoe Hall) MELBOURNEi 1st Prize forExaoUonay in Stays,Inteiinational Exhibition. LADIES' GYMNASIUM, 2 Little Collins-St. E., PrluolpalB: ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Engagements, Tina marrlago ol! Miss Dean, oldest ilau^,,! William IDoan, oC Hawthorn, to Mv, Sydney, boa boon (Ixod lot next month, | Tiiia ongagomont Is announced between M Flntay, sooond daughter o£ Mv, WlUlnm ?J " Gladamulr," Flt/.voy, atul Mr, Charles IM^jT and Oo.) <( Oakwoocl," Studloy I'avk-road, Km, Tiiia ongagomont o£ Mr, David lluohanioliJ Walter Is announood. Mr. Buolmtt Is n pntttal ilrm of John Buoban ancl Oo. Miss Walterbtlil daughter of Mr, J. 0. Walter, o£ EastMcltaal unknown as an artist, sovoral of her plctuwl boon oxhlbltod at tbo Vlatorlan Academy I Next April Is spokon of as tho probable doleij marrlago. Miss Waltor's cousin was m(mletl«!| itlio year to.Mv, Buoban's brotbor.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

life " - ^Sorrow's Land Sales. SttABw/vuo & Co.—At EssencVon, > iloval CI avdotia Estate. iJ.&T. Ham.—At Box Hill, nCarringtoa Estate, lusno & IUilliku.—At Es- ■ and Moonee Ponds at 3—• |8 Paddock. §d at 3.—Emo Estate. Iaomkikan Cqotk & Co.—At i Fitxroy, at 3—St. George's ; ft D. Lanobidge & Son.—Atil ifewood, at 3—Eairchild Estate. TAtsrAB Sc Son,—Elsterivwick; Intension. puroat and boatattmu SawMo.ftt prosaut boloro tbo world. Amongst tlio moat roconfc ORDERS voooivocl by Mehsus. George G0ULET& Co. RE I M S, von 'i'msni CELEBRATED VVoi'Q thoso for Hot- Majesty tho Queon of England, during ihor rooont visit nt Alx lo ijuIms ; Hor Majesty tho Queon of Wurtom borg, nt Kloo; and His Exoollonoy Lord Lyons (tlio English Ambassador), fit Fnrls. Aoknowlodgad by nil Comiolssoura to bo tho Finest mid PUB,EST" DRY Wlno known nnd rooognlssod ns tho Sooiety Ohampagne of tho "World. In Mngnums, Quarts, Pints, nnd Hnlf-plnts. Of nil tho Landing ...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Fashionable Marriages. Bnouau'f—(3 OMiUflY.—Tho woddlngof tho Bov. 0. 33, Brought, tho assistant minister at All Saints', St. KEda, and Miss Olodfroy, olcloat daughtor of Mr, If, B, CloclL'roy, M.L.A., tlio woll-lcnown squattor and farmor, of "Gray ling,*' Alma-road, 8t, Kllda, was solemni'/.ed at All paint's Ohuroh, St, Kilda, at ton o'oololc, on Tuesday morning, 2'lth November, This was one of the prettiest weddings wltnossod for a long tlmo. Tho ohuroh was beautifully decorated for the oooaslon, Tho hour was a vory aultablo one for a wedding too, early in tho morning before /tho bustlo and buslnosa of tho clay bogan,, Altogether, tho ooromoriy was an impressive and pleasing ono } bright, without ostentation ; quiet) without chtllnosa. Tho ohuroh waa entirely c'loooratocl with wlilto ilowors, Two floral arches, composed of white flowors and follago, orossod tho aislo ) wlillo tlio wlndowsllla along tlio ohuroh woro doooratod with whlto flowers, and forna In pots woro arranged in f...

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sala. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

Sala. The ' great .George Augustus will have ;; done New Zealand more thoroughly than any other antipodean oolony. .He traversed Maoriland. from north to south, from east to West," and everywhere - was received with enthusiasm. At present he is visit ing the Hot Lakes, the people living in those sulphurous regions believing that the result of the famous special's descrip tion of the wonders of Rotomabana will induoo thousands of people from England and America to come out and see them, and that through railway communication between Auckland and the Terraces is a thing of the near future. Mr, Sala will wind up his colonial tour in Tasmania, whither his present manager, the ever successful R. S. Smythe, proceeds next. week to make the necessary arrange ments.

Publication Title: Table Talk
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Table Talk — 27 November 1885

The Circus. I moii) wo have Fryer's Amorloun Glroua, ov .'IflquoHOUiTloulum, billed to open in Melbourne shortly, on the Lonsdale and Mxhlbltlon-atroota oornor, noxb Jouborb's now Alexandra Theatre, and opposite tho old Olympic, Thoatro, which waa formerly llosvo'a Olrous. Tit.w llrat Olroua whioh came .to Mel bourne waa Noble's on the oornor of liourko and Sprlng-atroota, whoro tho Imperial Hotel now atanda. Thla oiroua waa aftorwarda turned into tho famoua Sallo do Valentino, whoro Madam a CJnrnndlttl and Ootaviu Hamilton ttaod to slug. Turn oomoa Eowo'a Olroua. J. A. Howe oponod in San Fmnelaoo, in 18'H>, with young llaphaol and other pooplo, who aftorwarda accompanied him to Mel bourne, whon tho 'Frlaao Gold Fovor had abated, and it had brolcon out in Mol bourno. An old«blll of Eowo'a Olroua ahowa mo Mra. Yoamana, Misa Qrlflltlia, Moaara. J. L. Smith. Tom Nimn, Griffiths, "Bnphnal. G, B, W. Lowia, Nod Yoamana, and Lilliputian Tom, aa the chief porformors, .1 remember well my ...

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